Up-to-the-minute advice, information, resources, and, on occasion, commentary on federal and New Jersey state income taxes, and the various New Jersey property tax rebate programs, and insights and observations on tax policy and professional tax practice, by 40-year veteran tax professional Robert D Flach.
Thursday, December 5, 2013
The New Jersey
chapter of the National Association of Tax Professionals’ annual 2014 “Famous
State Tax Seminar” will be held once again at the Hilton Woodbridge in Iselin
NJ on Saturday, January 11th.
This seminar is a
must-attend for all tax professionals who prepare NJ state income tax returns.
Scheduled to speak
at the seminar are returning favorites attorney Michael Feinberg, with another
presentation on the NJ Inheritance Tax, and EA Kathryn Keane, who will provide
NY state tax updates.Susan Feeney will
discuss NJ Sales and Use Tax and Alexis DeRosa from the NJ Division of Taxation
will cover NJ state tax updates.
I miss the “Jim and
Jake” show NJDOT updates from past years.They were a hard act to follow.
The keynote speaker
is once again Michael Bryan, Director of the NJ Division of Taxation.As a personal aside, there were high hopes when
Mr Bryan took over as Director.However
there has been no noticeable change to the Division, which still, unlike the
IRS, unethically keeps silent on taxpayer overpayments hoping to keep the money
for the state’s legislators to waste on pork and entitlements.
Thankfully this is
one of the few tax CPE offerings that does not waste our time with 2 hours of ethics
preaching.The entire day is full of
at 7:30 AM and the seminar runs from 8:00 AM to 4:25 PM.Continental breakfast, lunch, and afternoon
dessert is included.The program
qualifies for 8 hours of CPE.
The cost of the
seminar is $200 for NATP members and $250 for non-members.Click here to download the registration form.